ANZAC Memorial, Bedourie
In 2016 the site, located east of Herbert Street on the south side of Bedourie, includes a bronze digger statue on a polished black granite base, with a dedication plaque on the base.
There is also a large polished grey granite slab nearby, which forms a Roll of Honour with individual name plaques for those who served in the First World War; and a smaller polished grey granite stone carries a dedication plaque.
On the Roll of Honour:
Lest We Forget
World War 1 1914–1918
(then 59 individual name plaques)
Shire of Diamantina Honour Roll
- Conflicts commemorated
- First World War, 1914–1918
- Memorial type
- Additional information
Bedourie ANZAC Park was officially named in April 2013, when the digger statue was unveiled to replace an older war memorial stone cairn.
The ANZAC Memorial, Bedourie, was officially opened in November 2015, as part of 100 Years of ANZAC commemorations.
- Recorded by
- Shirley and Trevor McIvor/Jo Lewington, Diamantina Shire Council
- Date recorded
- 3 March 2009